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Kiss of Death (Morganville Vampires, Book 8) (edició 2010)
de Rachel Caine
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Kiss of Death de Rachel Caine
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Micheal has a gig in Dallas and the whole crew is going. Finally, leaving Morganville. It's only temporary of course and they have to take a vampire escort with them. But a road trip is about to begin. But then one thing after another happens, and they start to think they were better off in Morganville after all.
Another great addition. It was like taking a break from the drama-filled crap storm that is their lives in Morganville. Seems that everything should be back to business with the next book.
I have to say, I find it very impressive that Rachel Caine can continue writing this series like she has; there are very few series that can go on this long and still remain interesting and forward-moving in terms of character and world.
For the first time since her fateful arrival in Morganville, Claire, along with her three best friends and housemates, is granted the chance to leave the town. The prospect of freedom from the vampires and a roadtrip to accompany Michael to a recording studio in Dallas seems like a dream come true. But since it is Claire, Shane, Eve, and Michael, of course it is anything but.
From encounters with unpleasant Texas locals, to car troubles of the most extreme variety, to the discovery of an abandoned town straight out of a horror movie, the exterior of Morganville is shaping up to be just as terrifying as its interior, and maybe even less accomodating.
What I continue to adore about this series is its characters. From the smallest appearances, Caine manages to let every one of her characters shine through. Even Myrnin's (sadly) three page cameo here had me grinning. And I came to like Oliver even more in this book as well (and maybe even feel the tiniest twinge of liking for Jason, of all people). And of course, the Glass House four are not neglected in any way, continuing their pitch perfect banter amid vampire sieges and kidnappings alike. Claire especially steps up to become quite the badass (not that she wasn't before, but let's just say one climax scene of hers near the end left me as awed and delighted as the other characters). And yet, they're still real; Caine never lets you forget they aren't perfect, or without fear and weakness.
This is the eighth book, but I'm still ready to go full on ahead, which is praise for the series in itself.
I think this wasvmy fav so farvof the series, I think it may have been the fact the went on the road trip from hell, but it was awesome
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Vampire musician Michael Glass has attracted the attention of a big-time producer who wants to cut a demo and play some dates. Which means that Michael will have to enter the human world. For this, he's been assigned escorts that include both a dangerous immortal as well as Michael's all-too-human friends. And with that mix of personalities, this is going to be a road trip from hell.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.6Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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